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Find an answer. Along with being able to ask and answer questions, you can also see what other users are asking about and those answers as well.
Category specific. You can even browse a number of different categories of questions.
What is it about?
Originally launched back in 2014 by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, the Q-and-A service failed to gain any traction with users. But version 2.0 of the app is looking to change that. There are some big changes compared to the original version.
For those who...
- Looking for a new and unique way to find information. Interested in finding specific answers from real people. Want to help people.
Not for those who...
- Prefer the tried and true search engine formula.
Why we love it
While it’s not exactly going to replace Google, Jelly does provide an interesting take on helping users to find answers about almost any questions. Bringing technology to the mix, along with human intelligence, does add a new layer of usefulness to the equation.
App Store Description
* Get custom, concise answers from real people *
Context, nuance, and understanding are all things people still do better than algorithms.
* No signup required *
It’s easy. You don’t need to sign up to ask a question, and your questions are always anonymous.
* Answers you can trust *
Jelly sends your question to the most knowledgeable people in each topic, getting you the most helpful answers.
* It feels good to help *
There’s nothing quite like helping someone out of a jam, especially when you’ve been there yourself.
App Preview music: Ukulele — Bensound.com
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